The Texas secretary of state’s office released damming findings in the first phase in the state’s forensic audit of the 2020 presidential election, revealing thousands of votes potentially cast by noncitizens and the deceased.
As 2021 came to an end, Texas Secretary of State John Scott released a progress report on Dec. 31 uncovering the significant voting discrepancies across the state. These include hundreds of potential duplicate cross-state ballots, noncitizens registered to vote, and multiple cases of ballots cast by dead voters.
According to the progress report, the audit found roughly 509 potential cross-state duplicate votes cast in the 2020 general election, meaning individuals may have voted in both Texas and another state. After finding 67 potential votes cast by deceased voters in Collin